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Microsoft job cuts affect European Xbox division

Microsoft confirmed speculation that its Xbox EMEA team - that's Europe, the Middle East and Africa - would be affected by the company's biggest-ever round of job cuts. It's unknown how many layoffs were made at the EMEA division's UK headquarters, but an MCV source claims 75 percent of the team...

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PS4 travels to the Middle East on December 13

The PS4 has been pegged for a November 15 launch in North America and a November 29 launch in Europe, but the PS4 won't arrive in the Middle East until December 13. Sony announced the launch date and revealed a 1,699 AED ($463) price for the PS4 during the GAMES13 conference in Dubai, IGN reports....

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Kinect launching on November 10 in Europe, Africa, Middle East

Kinect will be ready to interface with European, African and Middle East body controllers on November 10. Microsoft announced the release date this morning in preparation for GamesCom, which kicks off tomorrow in Cologne, Germany. The Xbox 360 device will debut with "more than 15 exclusive Kinect...

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Report: Dante's Inferno not heading to the United Arab Emirates

According to bilingual gaming news site GamesLatest, the store shelves of the United Arab Emirates won't be stocked with fresh copies of Dante's Inferno any time soon. Electronic Arts reportedly published a statement explaining the company "decided not to release Dante's Inferno in the Middle...

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Ex-Motorola exec becomes Microsoft EMEA marketing VP

Following a week of rumors and feverish speculation, Microsoft recently confirmed that former Motorola marketing chief Jeremy Dale has been appointed the vice president of retail sales and marketing for its Entertainment and Devices division in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In layman's...

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Wall-E becomes first Arabic-language game for current-gen consoles

We know its July 4 an we should be focusing on celebrating our country's independence by eating dead animals and/or blowing stuff up (ideally at the same time). That said, we just couldn't resist sharing this story we just stumbled upon about THQ's Wall-E being the first current-generation game to...

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